(Michael Paterniti) Once upon a time—1975, actually, in Cambodia—there was a regime so evil that it created an antisociety where torture was currency and music, books, and love were abolished. This regime ruled for four years and murdered nearly 2 million of its citizens, a quarter of the population. The perversion was so extreme, the acts so savage, that three decades later, the country still finds itself reeling.
“Look how many lies were told to beat the war drums to get this country to endorse going to the ridiculous, unconstitutional, nonsensical, unwinnable wars in the Middle East. And, now they want to go to war with Russia? I say we need a war with Washington D.C.!” – Ron Paul
Jonas A.: When that happens, there will be another civil war!!!
Alison K.: we need another revolution
“If you can see through the illusion then you are the solution”
Alison K.: Oh I can definitely be part of the solution – but it is immensely frustrating that everyone else defends it, and I end up being the ‘crazy’ person in any discussion because i see through the BS. I’m waiting for a paradigm shift that i fear isn’t coming.
As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artworkhere, being shared by the page, “Young Americans for Liberty” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…
Big Government, Big Banks, Tea Party, Occupy Movement
My Commentary: Can you say “co-opted”?
Grassroots? LOL. More like astroturf!
Collectivism is the problem, not the solution! Reject the hive! Decentralize!